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How To Play Multiplayer On Starbound !!INSTALL!!

The easiest way to connect to friends playing Starbound is through your Steam friend list. Simply right click a player's name in your friends list and select 'Join Game'. This will connect you to their in-progress game of Starbound and you'll appear in their universe. There you'll have everything on your ship with you, but anything on planets will appear as it does in their game, not yours.

How To Play Multiplayer On Starbound

Alternatively you can select 'Invite to game' which will invite them to join your game with whatever character they're playing with. You must be logged into the game with a character for this option to be available.

After selecting to open Starbound in Steam the option comes up to launch a dedicated server. This will launch starbound_server.exe which hosts a server from your machine. This allows players to connect to your machine to play Starbound, even if the game is closed (provided the server software is still running).

Once you're in-game, you and your friends will be on different ships and or planets. To CREATE a party, once the friends have joined your game, press the ( + ) icon in the upper right, below your character portrait, and put in your friend('s/s') character nickname. (If you do not know the friend's nickname, check the chat for it, displayed such as: "(Name) Has Connected"), and click on invite. To JOIN a party, once the owner of the party has sent you an invitation, simply click accept, or deny. In a few seconds, you should see the owner's Character Picture, as well as any other Player's Characters pictures that are already in the party.

By editing the file 'starbound.config' in the giraffe_storage directory, players can adjust the settings for the server they're hosting. This method allows players to configure server passwords, ports, default game settings and much more by adjusting values.

Multiplayer is a feature available to the players of Starbound. To play Starbound in multiplayer, you need to find the IP address of a server. Servers can either be locally hosted, or setup as a dedicated server, you can also rent a starbound dedicated game server from a Starbound Game Server Providers.

Starbound has been built from the ground up to be multiplayer and easily moddable. You have the tools to make the universe your own and modify the game to suit your play style - add new races, biomes, dungeons, and quests - the possibilities are limitless.

The popular indie game Starbound has been on the market since 2016, but is as popular today as it has ever been. This is not least thanks to continuous innovations and developments in the game. In multiplayer mode as in single player mode, players can tackle a series of quests in outer space. With your own Starbound server, you can start an adventure for yourself and your friends with ease (and less lag).

For a few players, two processor cores with at least 2.5 GHz are adequate. For more than four gamers, it is recommended to go for a quad-core processor, and for more than ten gamers on a regular basis, it is definitely worth switching to a six- or even eight-core processor.

RAM is crucial for a gaming experience without memory leaks. Minimal server configurations with 4 GB RAM should be enough for games with up to four players. However, if you want to have more players on your server, who also act on different planets in the game, the minimal setup will no longer be enough. In this case, you will need at least 8 GB of RAM. In any case, 16 GB of Ram should be considered a safe performance solution for most use cases. Since the number of players in Starbound is unlimited, a very high number of players at the same time could possibly lead to 16 GB RAM not being enough anymore.

To avoid lags, the Starbound server needs enough bandwidth. Especially with an increasing number of players, the bandwidth should be about 10 Mbit/s. With professional providers, this upload speed is not a problem. However, if lags occur, you should check whether your provider limits the maximum upload speed. This is often the case by default. A conversation with your provider can solve this.

Of course, you can host your Starbound server on your own computer. Besides the high operating costs that come with private hosting, the performance of your own computer is often a problem for many players. This is because you cannot easily adjust the server capacities to an increased number of players in this case. Therefore, it is worthwhile considering professional providers like IONOS.

When there are significantly more than eight players, the minimum requirements presented here may no longer be enough, so individual adjustments to your Starbound server configuration may be necessary.

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If I would play always single player with only my own character, I can sync my savegames by copying the storage directory from the SteamApps directory to the computers. But as the universe is shared, if the other user played inbetween, I would overwrite the state of some of the planets when I copy files over from the other computer. Is my understanding correct? If yes, is there any way to solve this?

Now, you should be good to go as long as you two don't accidentally play at the same time or play without an internet connection (and therefore no syncing). If you screw up your save somehow, you can restore individual files to previous versions from Dropbox's site, but in general I recommend keeping backups.

Starbound is an action-adventure video game developed and published by Chucklefish. Starbound takes place in a two-dimensional, procedurally generated universe which the player is able to explore in order to obtain new weapons, armor, and items, and to visit towns and villages inhabited by various intelligent lifeforms. Starbound was released out of early access in July 2016 for Windows, OS X, and Linux, and for Windows via Xbox Game Pass in December 2020.

Starbound begins with the player inside a spacecraft after the destruction of Earth, home of an intergalactic peacekeeping organization known as the Terrene Protectorate, while just having graduated from its ranks. With nothing to guide it, the shuttle shoots into space without direction, becoming lost in a sea of stars. The space shuttle orbits a habitable planet and an adventure begins that takes the player hurtling across the universe. Starbound contains both quests and story driven missions, buried inside its vast sandbox universe.[1] The space shuttle acts as the player's vehicle while exploring the galaxy, containing a teleport pad the player can use to teleport down to the planets the shuttle is visiting, a ship locker for storing items, a fuel panel for refueling the ship and a cockpit for piloting the ship. The interior of the ship is also fully customizable, with items and blocks able to be freely placed within the ship.

Many gameplay elements and features, such as items, enemies, and planets, use procedural generation in order to provide a variety of content.[2] The game features story-based missions, quests, free world exploration, enemies to fight, and the ability to interact with and terraform the environment. Player class is defined by items that the player is wearing.[3]

Starbound was announced by Chucklefish director Finn Brice in February 2012,[4] with a tiered, Kickstarter-style, pre-order opening via the Humble Store on 13 April 2013. Tier options included a copy of the game, an invite to the beta, and a download of the game's soundtrack, as well as game-related "rewards", such as naming an in-game non-player character, designing a hat or weapon, and having a statue of oneself designed to be placed in the game.[5] Within 24 hours of the pre-order opening, over 10,000 people backed the game, contributing over $230,000 to fund the game's development.[6]

Starbound received favourable reviews upon its release, according to video game review aggregator Metacritic. IGN praised Starbound's crafting, exploration, and combat mechanics, comparing it to Terraria.[19] Christopher Livingston of PC Gamer stated that Starbound was a charming space sandbox that would keep players entertained for hours.[20] Nathan Grayson of Kotaku praised its exploration elements, calling the universe "strange and unpredictable" enough that players would never quite grow tired of it.[22]

In order to enjoy either of these games to their fullest extent, playing multiplayer with friends is an absolute must. If you plan on playing modded Terraria or modded Starbound servers, you can trust Shockbyte to give you the best gameplay experience. Let's look a li


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